Smart devices should space out vibrations to maximize user alert benefits, Science Daily, 2 June 2020

Science Daily reported on a study which found that haptic feedback (such as vibration feedback) causes distraction, but this loss of focus lasts only for about one second. The findings can help designers improve the usability of notification features in devices. The study, led by Yale-NUS Assistant Professor of Social Sciences (Psychology) Christopher Asplund and Singapore University of Technology and Design’s Assistant Professor Simon Perrault, was published in ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction.

The study was also published in various science publications, such as Health Medicine Network, and Scienmag.

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